Feels a little like October to me.
I don't have a whole lot to say today. I switched back to including *some* carbs into my diet. I was bingeing so hard and I think that was a lot of the problem. I would rather allow myself to have a piece of whole wheat bread in the morning instead of eating a tub of ice cream later. I will still limit my carbs, but yogurt and whole grains are back in for me. My bingeing urges are already gone. I am feeling much more myself.
I have been reflecting an awful lot lately about the way we treat others. We are an instant gratification society. We want what we want, when we want it. Does that make our relationships suffer? Absolutely. Convenience takes precedence over doing the right thing. Have you ever heard the phrase "it's easier to apologize than ask permission." ? What happens when we forget how to apologize? What happens when we forget how to listen? What happens when we forget how to really hear what a person is saying? When do we stop making excuses and just say "wow, I am really sorry." No more conditional apologies. No more "I'm sorry, BUT..." No more doing whatever we want simply because it's what we want. We need a whole lot more compassion and a whole lot less excuses.
Kindness is so lost. Let's find it back please?